Wednesday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

March 4, 2020  •  

Wednesday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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National: “Cashing in On Justice” by Joshua Eaton, Ilana Marcus, and Ed Timms for Roll Call

California: “Legislators’ Charity Use Has Prompted Calls for Reform – But Not from the Assembly Speaker” by Laurel Rosenhall for CalMatters


National: “Biden Claims 9 Super Tuesday Victories, Including Texas” by Steve Peoples and Will Weissert for AP News

National: “Bloomberg’s Online Tactics Test the Boundary of Disinformation” by Laura Barron-Lopez for Politico


National: “Trump Wins Bid to Block McGahn Testimony Sought by House Democrats” by Jan Wolfe and Lawrence Hurley for Reuters

Florida: “Former Tallahassee Ethics Officer Julie Meadows-Keefe Lands Job with Firm Handling Her Lawsuit Against City” by Jeff Burlew for Tallahassee Democrat

New Hampshire: “At Hearing Over Proposed Ethics Reforms, Reps Have Questions About Enforcement” by Casey McDermott for New Hampshire Public Radio

Ohio: “Cincinnati City Councilwoman Tamaya Dennard Resigns ‘with Great Sadness’” by Sharon Coolidge and Dan Horn for Cincinnati Enquirer

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